Western Australia’s Project Symphony notches up major milestone on the road to integrating and optimising the state’s huge rooftop solar resource.
Western Australia launches independent investigation into blackouts that left tens of thousands of households without power during a four-day Christmas heatwave.
An alternative to solar switch-off? WA virtual power plant trial will orchestrate solar and battery resources of 500 homes and businesses.
A ground-breaking trial that saw hundreds of WA businesses modify their energy use and solar output to help stabilise the grid is being extended.
Network to pilot “disconnected microgrids” – comprising mostly renewables – that will cut links to main grid and deliver cheaper, cleaner and more reliable power.
Western Australia sets a new record for wind and solar share in its stand-alone grid, while the growth in rooftop solar pushes grid demand to a record low the following day.
The Liberals know where to take WA energy but probably not how to do it. Labor is on top of the detail but shy of facing the inevitable. So close to a bipartisan approach, will our political class blow it?
Western Power seeks another 50MW of battery storage to avoid network costs and boost penetration of renewables in WA’s main grid.
The proposed Arrowsmith green hydrogen project partners with Western Power to complete studies on potential transmission link for the project.
Sydney and Melbourne network companies push into community-level battery storage to boost rooftop PV uptake and defer grid upgrades. Are energy retailers getting nervous?